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They're built like mutual funds, but they trade like stocks, and many charge lower fees than regular mutual funds. That's especially true of ETFs that track indexes. A great example to consider for your portfolio is the PowerShares QQQ ETF (NASDAQ ...
The Motley Fool · BySelena Maranjian · 8/19/2014
In the last trading session, the U.S. stocks continued their rout on the global-growth fears ... Among the top ETFs, investors saw SPY lose 3.1%, DIA shed 3.1% and QQQ move lower by 4.4% on the day. Two more specialized ETFs are worth noting as both ...
Market Intelligence Center · 8/24/2015
But like many stocks that made up the Nasdaq back in 1999, when the Qubes began trading, the ETF has fallen victim to changes in technology and a new era of investing. At its inception, the Qubes was one of just a handful of ETFs, and it happened to …
Wall Street Journal · ByLiz Moyer andLiz.moyer · 4/26/2015
While QQQ is widely regarded as a tech-only ETF, it has some built-in diversification, with 19.2% of its portfolio in consumer discretionary stocks and 15.12% in healthcare stocks versus 56.26% in information technology stocks. QQQ is somewhat diversified ...
Seeking Alpha · 5/27/2015
Are there analogous tracking stocks for the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average similar to the Nasdaq 100 tracking stock QQQ (QQQ)? Yes ... Diamonds are the Dow Jones Industrial Average's equivalent to Nasdaq 100 shares and SPDRs.
The Street · 2/10/1999
Believers in the January Indicator know that how stocks perform in the first month of the year often sets the tone for an entire year, but when it comes to the Nasdaq 100 and QQQ, early year action can prove to be gospel for the entire year. “When the ...
Benzinga · 8/3/2015
Japanese stocks are cheap even after EWJ has given returns of 14.0% YTD, and American stocks (VOO) (QQQ) are flat for the year. However, valuations alone do not warrant the purchase of securities. They could be overvalued or undervalued for long spells.
Market Realist · 8/4/2015
Unleveraged biotech itself tends to act as leverage on the Nasdaq. If you compare the iShares Biotechnology Index ETF (NASDAQ: IBB) to the Powershares QQQ Trust (NASDAQ ... new group of speculative biotechnology stocks working on chimeric …
24/7 Wall ST · 6/25/2015
“Sadly, looking at technology ... QQQ, an ETF tracking the Nasdaq 100 index, is often a good idea for broad sector exposure. He also likes the First Trust NASDAQ Technology Dividend Index Fund, which tracks an index of dividend-paying tech stocks.
USNews · 11/17/2014
NEW YORK (MarketWatch)—The bull market turned six years old this week, and the big Dow and Nasdaq-100 ETFs have delivered returns ... It is price-weighted and highly concentrated, holding just 30 stocks,” said Eric Balchunas, senior ETF analyst at ...
Market Watch · 3/13/2015